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quitter

n. someone who gives up easily. Don’t be a quitter. Get in there and finish the job.
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In that short timeframe, most quitters will have experienced a return to normal blood-oxygen levels, an improved sense of taste and smell, easier breathing, higher energy levels and better blood circulation.
In that short time, most quitters will have experienced a return to normal blood oxygen levels, an improved sense of taste and smell, easier breathing, higher energy levels and better blood circulation.
You don't have to be a quitter, nor do you have to remain on the couch, indecisive, unmanned, and useless.
When the researchers excluded 239 quitters who had kicked the habit less than 2 years before the end of follow-up or death, the benefits of not smoking were even greater, with an RR of 0.
has created a mobile application that works as a personal digital companion for quitters.
Quitters can "pick and mix" the combination of support methods that suits them best.
Monday is a proven day when people naturally make healthier choices and offers quitters a weekly opportunity to re-quit if a relapse occurs.
THE cost to the health service of stopping smoking in Birmingham has been revealed as PS300 per quitter.
Twitter quitters cite a variety of reasons from lack of friends on the site to the sheer complexity of the service.
Recent quitters tend to compensate for nicotine withdrawal by snacking, according to Clair - hence the weight gain.
This year's target was low - just 1,991 quitters - because it was calculated based on the city's poor performance in 2009/10.
1,225 THE North East NHS Stop Smoking Services achieved the highest number of quitters per population size of any Strategic Health Authority, achieving 1,225 quitters per 100,000 people compared to 911 quitters nationally between April 2010 and March this year.
Only 41% of attempted quitters in Knowsley and 45% in Liverpool were successful, compared with an English average of 49%.
LONDON, September 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Ex-smokers across the UK still have time to enter stop smoking charity QUIT's competition to find the country's most inspirational quitters and win a holiday.